It’s time to get excited.
After Peru qualified for the last spot in the tournament, the 2018 World Cup stage is set.
If this doesn’t force big changes for US Soccer and the USMNT, then nothing will.
Regardless of who wins the Confederations Cup, we’ve been given a solid primer ahead of the World Cup—particularly with Germany, Mexico, Portugal and Chile.
If Hope Solo is genuinely hoping to return to the USWNT, maybe criticizing the side’s current coach should wait. That said, she never seems to help herself.
We cannot talk about David Luiz without revisiting World Cup 2014, but his Deadline Day move to Chelsea gives the Blues some needed flexibility. What else?
Once Marc Wilmots resigned as Belgium boss, it was time for the federation to find the man who would lead their golden generation. Is It Roberto Martínez?
Too often we forget soccer is a team sport when it’s convenient for us. As far as Messi goes with Argentina, he can do whatever he wants. It’s not up to us.
Is it Die Mannschaft and everyone else as we turn our attention to Group C? Not exactly. The Germans should top their group, but Poland won’t roll over.
Just because the USMNT has collectively failed since defeating Germany in a friendly last June, doesn’t mean their fans have to spoil England’s fun.
Breaking down all of the major story lines ahead of Women’s World Cup in Canada.
Could FIFA’s seemingly indestructible leader finally be brought down?
The glorified popularity contest has lost its meaning.
Many signs point to something going on behind the scenes, but will FIFA ever show transparency?
Can a goalkeeper win the Ballon d’Or?
The World Champions have begun qualification for Euro 2016 slower than expected, but there is no reason to panic just yet.
The most decorated player in American history will be hanging up his cleats for good at the end of the MLS season.
With England’s captain retiring from international play, where do the Three Lions go from here?